The Five Towns Inn
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- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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Breakfast at the hotel cafe ( so so....) and then walked about 20 blocks to get my lashes done ( maintenance time) then Will bought a new pair of comfy shoes and we were back on the bus to do the boat trip to see the Statue of Liberty. Had lunch in a deli down near the ferry wharf and then back on the bus to the hotel to meet Bec for dinner. With the Friday arvo traffic it took forever, but got home and had a quick shower and then Bec arrived and we went to dinner ...
... Awesome, amazing, phenomenal - words can't describe how much I enjoyed it! Walking back to the hotel at 11.30pm through Times Square was surreal, the lights the bustle the noise and for the seasoned shopaholics out there, shops that open until at least ...
... home through Times Square. Some of the sights were interesting, grown men dressed as babies, women in only g-strings and the American flag painted on their boobs, a man with a big snake around his neck, plus the usual naked cowboy, Minnie, Mickey, elmo and the rest. Today I was exhausted and mum felt pretty rubbish but we soldiered on. Stephen and Brian was meeting us at 9.30 at the hotel and go for a walk along the high line. In true Brian fashion ...
... and of course caffeine, and given I had at least 1.5 hours before the Intrepid opened, I started my search for somewhere to buy drinks and maybe something to eat. Again, pretty much nothing around. However, right across the road from the Intrepid I saw a large CAR WASH sign, which lead my eyes to a smaller more obscure "Coffee & Donuts" sign. "Donuts for breakfast!" I suspect you might be saying or thinking. Well when you're left with nothing else you start to consider. So ...
... Only 2 days left and, as usual, I am not ready for the trip to end. Tomorrow we have some final sightseeing and shopping to do, then it's off to see the Knicks play. Yes, the game last night got postponed until March, but we managed to get some cheap resell tickets to see a different game - up the back of the arena, but we don't care we just want to experience the show. Will let you know if it was as an extravagant a spectacle as we have been led to ...